Full-time freelance writer based in Glasgow, Scotland… author of 17 books, three of which are in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Permanent Collection… former news editor at TeamRock.com… former band manager, drummer and keyboardist… TV and radio presenter… real ale fan.
New Prince Album Announced, Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit
The first posthumous album of unheard Prince music is set to arrive later this year.
Watch Todd Rundgren’s Utopia Launch Reunion Tour
Todd Rundgren’s Utopia played a 24-song set to launch their reunion tour – with a last-minute lineup change – last night.
Prince’s Official Memoir to Be Published This Year
Prince's official memoir, written after a deal was struck just weeks before his death in 2016, will be published near the end of this year.
Moody Blues’ ‘Days of Future Passed’ Was Made to Sell Stereos
Moody Blues frontman Justin Hayward said their groundbreaking 1967 album Days of Future Passed came about as a result of their record label’s desire for a publicity stunt.
$17,500 Yoko Ono Rock Stolen from Museum
A rock that was part of a Yoko Ono art installation, valued at $17,500, has been stolen from a Toronto museum.
Going to Concerts Can Extend Your Life, Study Says
A behavioral science study has concluded that attending concerts on a regular basis could extend your life by up to nine years.
Todd Rundgren ‘Wanted to Walk Into the Ocean’ Over Utopia Lineup Change
Todd Rundgren said he “wanted to walk into the ocean” when Utopia's upcoming reunion tour ran into some problems after keyboardist Ralph Schuckett’s health issues forced him to bow out.
Watch Bon Jovi’s New Video for ‘Walls’
Bon Jovi have released a video for their new single, “Walls,” which is taken from the expanded edition of their 2016 album 'This House Is Not for Sale.'
Bon Jovi Catch Flu, Call Off Canadian Shows
Bon Jovi have been forced to postpone two Canadian shows on their current North American tour after band members and some of their crew were struck by the flu.
35 Years Ago: The Beach Boys Face Surprising July 4 Ban
Politician James G. Watt had already carved himself a reputation for being controversial and outspoken by the time he outdid himself by taking on the Beach Boys in 1983.